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@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Authors:: Finn Bacall, Robert Haines, Mannie Tagarira, David Withers
Licence:: LGPL 3 (See LICENCE or
-Copyright:: (c) 2008-2012, University of Manchester, UK
+Copyright:: (c) 2008-2013, University of Manchester, UK
== Synopsis
@@ -34,10 +34,10 @@ To install the Taverna 2 gem, type into your command prompt:
== Usage
-To be able to generate at least a T2Flow model using the gem, you need to
-include in your ruby code the following lines:
- require "t2flow/model.rb"
- require "t2flow/parser.rb"
+To be able to use this gem, you need to require the library:
+ require 'taverna-t2flow'
+=== t2flow models
To generate the model you can then use the gem as follows:
foo ="path/to/workflow/file", "r")
@@ -58,10 +58,9 @@ You can also interact with remote workflows.
foo = Uri.parse("xxxx://uri_to_workflow").read
bar =
-To be enable you to draw images of the T2Flow, you need to include:
- require "t2flow/dot.rb"
+=== t2flow diagrams
-To be able to use any functionality included in "t2flow/dot.rb", you need to
+To be able to use any diagram functionality included in thsi gem you need to
have GraphViz[] installed on your system.
Once this package has been installed, you may use the gem to draw an image
showing the structure of the T2Flow as follows.
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